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- USS Mattabesett, sometimes spelled Mattabeset, a schooner-rigged, wooden hulled, double-ended sidewheel gunboat, was built by A. & G. T. Sampson, Boston...
- USS Mattabesett or Mattabesset may refer to: USS Mattabesett (1864), a schooner-rigged, wooden hulled, double-ended, sidewheel gunboat that served from...
- 72°40′49.31″W / 41.4367583°N 72.6803639°W / 41.4367583; -72.6803639 The Mattabesett Trail is a 50-mile (80 km) long, hook-shaped Blue-Blazed hiking trail...
- trails Metacomet-Monadnock Trail, Mattabesett Trail and Metacomet Trail. After the Metacomet-Monadnock-Mattabesett trail system, the trail is sometimes...
- Metacomet, Monadnock and Mattabesett trails is also often referred to as the '3-M', 'MMM' or Metacomet-Monadnock-Mattabesett trail. The New England National...
- most of the Mattabesett property to the local colonists; by 1676 the Puritans owned all but 300 acres (1.2 km2) of the former Mattabesett territory. Similar...
- moved from the village of Pyquaug, or Weathersfield, Connecticut, to Mattabesett. As recorded by historian John Warner Barber: The lands in this township...
- Quinnipiac River, thence into Long Island Sound; the north side into the Mattabesett River, to the Connecticut River, thence to Long Island Sound. Several...
- valley to the west. The mountain is traversed by the 50-mile (80 km) Mattabesett Trail. Located within the town of Durham, Pistapaug Mountain is 2 miles...
- visible for miles. The mountain is traversed by the 50-mile (80 km) Mattabesett Trail. Lamentation Mountain takes its name from an incident in 1653 when...
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